[Methemoglobinemia as a result of acute accidental “poppres” poisoning – a case report].


Recently we observe an increase in the number of intoxications due to xenobiotics that may induce acute methemoglobinemia. Our study showed a case of acute methemoglobinemia (MetHb 55..2%) in 25 – year old man. Clinical symptoms were caused by ingestion of “poppers” which was used by patient as “aphrodisiac”. Summary: Conclusions: 1. Oral intake of alkyl… (More)


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